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Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Win two of my new books!

To celebrate two of my books being released in the next few weeks, I’d like to offer a contest! Leave a comment and I will include you in the drawing. Two people will win a copy of both Sweet Home Alabama and Adam’s Bride. I will draw both names on November 30th. Remember, you can't win if you don't sign up, and be sure and leave a way for me to contact you.

SWEET HOME ALABAMA
An anonymous, old-fashioned love note-a literature student's homework assignment-has been misplaced by its author. Jason finds the love note and mistakenly believes his new employee, Nicole, is hopelessly infatuated with him. When Zak finds the note on his tool cart at the garage, he's convinced Ellen's snobby friends and wealthy parents no longer pose an obstacle and plots an all-out strategy to win her heart. A matchmaking sister uses the note to ignite romance between Samantha and friend Garrett. And the note causes a collision of mistaken identity for Callie and Darryl and results in true love for two lonely souls.

ADAM'S BRIDE
From book three of my historical Massachusetts series:
Adam Johnson’s brother was killed by a Polish man, and he judges an entire people based on one man’s actions. But when he falls sick and is forced to rely on the kindness of two Polish immigrants, will Adam realize his prejudice is wrong?

Lidia Kowalski knows the New World is filled with prejudice. She’s done her best to hide her Polish heritage, and yet she knows she can not change who God made her to be. After finding Adam half-dead in the snow outside his door, she helps harvest his maple syrup. Once he recovers and they share a stolen kiss under the stars, she realizes that she’s losing her heart.

When Adam leans that his brother’s killer and Lidia’s brother are the same, will intolerance and loathing steal away Adam and Lidia’s future?

6 comments:

  1. Hi Lisa, Congratulations on two new books! The stories sound great. I will look forward to reading them.

    I was also happy to hear the books I sent are on their way the the Christian school near you. That's great! I know our kids love to read and I hope these books will bless many more children and their teachers.
    Carrie

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  2. hi lisa - adam's bride would be a lovely present for my wife for xmas. keep me in the loop.

    tx
    ross
    ross.fleming@intec.co.za

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  3. Oh my goodness. :-D How did I miss this post?? LOL If I don't win, you'll have to help me figure out how to get copies. :-D

    Love ya!

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  4. Carol Thompson9:53 AM

    Hi Lisa,

    It is really great to see that so much missionary work is still being done in South Africa. With all the un-employment and crime we have here through-out the country, we really need to get closer to god.

    God bless

    Carol Thompson

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  5. Carol Thompson9:54 AM

    Hi Lisa,

    It is really great to see that so much missionary work is still being done in South Africa. With all the un-employment and crime we have here through-out the country, we really need to get closer to god.

    God bless

    Carol Thompson

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  6. Lisa, I'm amazed at how your book count has exploded over the past few years since we met. Keep it up. You're becoming a truly prolific writer.

    It's an honour to have your help on CWG S.Africa.

    Love

    Shirl

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